Hope A. Greenberg

Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
University of Vermont

 

* What I do

* What the CTL does

* Working with faculty and students: some projects

* Austen Era Fashion (1774-1817)

* Talks, Presentations, and Workshops

* The Ackermann Project (forthcoming)

 

Austen-Era Fashion Research


Hope Greenberg holds an MA in History from the University of Vermont. She is currently an Information Technology Specialist/Faculty Professional Development member of the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Vermont where she provides advanced consulting for faculty on integrating teaching and technology, online and hybrid course design, and digitally mediated humanities research. For the past 20+ years she has been the production editor for the annual journal Proverbium: An International Journal of Proverb Scholarship (edited by Prof. William Mieder). She also studies historic clothing, as well as recreating and wearing it, focusing on the evolution of fashion and the language that describes it. She has presented on the topic of Austen-era Fashion for national conferences, JASNA-VT, history and literature courses, libraries, and other groups.



...and to find my very ancient original "Hope Hall" home page from the 1990s with links to equally ancient projects, go here.